eCareme Technologies, Inc., a member of ASUS Group, has recently launching MEar, a next-generation entertainment cloud to deliver streaming music on the go.

As of right now, nearly 4 million users in more than 200 markets/regions around the world can manage 10,000 titles in their music collection with MEar and enjoy their music across platforms wherever they want.

“The launch of MEar cloud music service has proven that ASUS is an innovative cloud solutions provider. Soon MEar will be incorporated into ASUS handheld devices along with world leading navigation services bringing more added values to our handheld products so that users can benefit from ASUS’ great innovation and technology,” said Benson Lin, general manager of ASUS Handheld Business Group.

For the upcoming 2011, eCareme plans to extend their presence in the mobile tablet devices market and develop more cloud-based entertainment applications.

What is MEar

MEar, shorthand for “Music plus Ear,” enables users to enjoy music whenever, wherever they want. The MEar service is designed with the mindset that consumers should not be limited to a computer as the only source of their musical access. With MEar, people can play personalized music collections across multiple devices like desktops, laptops or mobile phones, saving the troubles of repeatedly creating playlists on different platforms; therefore, allowing for an easier management of their music collections and time saved. In addition, its built-in push app to Facebook allows users to post their thoughts on the music they are listening and share them with friends. Moreover, the unlimited storage space and remote access provided by ASUS WebStorage enables an instant lookup from MEar’s comprehensive music library.

Get In On The Trial

To allow as many consumers as possible to experience the entire MEar firsthand, eCareme has rolled out a free trial program worldwide from now until Jan. 15, 2011. Click HERE to register and download MEar and to get free 5G storage for one year (that’s enough storage for approximately 1,000 MP3 files).